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Posted on Apr 6, 2012

BEST Spontaneous International Dance Party Ever!!!!

BEST Spontaneous International Dance Party Ever!!!!

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Words can’t describe exactly what happened here. I can’t tell you even if I tried. Just one amazing crowd with souls from Brazil, Sweden, USA, Israel, Colombia, and Denmark all laughing hysterically, and dancing their hearts out. Seriously, everyone for days were talking about how without alcohol or anything, this storm of amazing, pure, raw life joy took over all of us. No one cared how they looked, what others thought, or much about anything.

Here is what I sent to Kobi in an email about it. Maybe it begins to describe the rawness of it all:

after dinner, we turned on some music loud and i grabbed every single person i could find in the hostel and dragged them to the dance floor. we had the most amazing fuckin discoette i have ever been to. and in the center of your circle are three amazing kids laughing, dancing, totally dancing like madmen. and everyone (we even got the brazilian guy for a bit, and the two shy american surfers ( and it was us and the swedish girls and alan and the israelis … and it was unreal. we did magal [‘circle’ in Hebrew] and all went crazy and were laughing the whole time. serious devarim kaele lo korim bhaim [translation: ‘things like this don’t happen on Earth ever!”}

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it was fuckin unreal.i think we danced like crazy for like two hours. unreal. the in the middle there was a tickle war which orazi came up with.. .and chase and fun. in the video, when the lights go out, the tickle war began. hysterical fun. 20 people all tickling each other in the dark. like crazy, giggling middle-school girls at a slumber party, we were just so open to doing anything and laughing and God, every time i watch it, i remember how fuckin unreal it was. and it was.

there was soo much love energy kobi all going into that maagal.[circle] and your kids were adored, loved and the center of it all. the israelis and i kept saying to each other how fuckin meturaf [unreal, cool, crazy] this is. everyone of us was laughing so hard the entire time. I kept looking around me and saw every face there beaming, shining, laughing….

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that this is unreal. kobi, we all, all twenty of us created this energy, this synergy that was unreal. unreal. so much love, amazing energy, joy. everyone was like one hundred percent in that maagal. nothing else. just laughing and dancing and going crazy and feeling that love..

 

And so, world travel brings us yet another gift, another discovery, another moment in time that remains frozen on the souls of one Brazilian man, seven Swedish women, four Israeli guys, two Americans men, one Danish young man, one Colombian man,  three Israeli kids, and little ole privileged me.I bow to that dance night and the honor of feeling that raw joy of twenty souls synergized into one small living room floor.

What moments like this have you had? Where have you experienced spontaneous life-joy that shot up and shock you from its intensity? Who was involved and how does your soul remember now, so long later? How can we create more unplanned, indescribable, and unforgettable magical moments in our lives?

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Much love and light, Gabi, Kobi, Dahnya, Orazi and Solai Klaf

 

8 Comments

  1. Fantastic! I wish I could have been there too. The joy is contagious!

    • Jessica, I wish you and your kids could have joined us too. They would have entered the circle, along with mine and they would have felt all that love. And you, you would have felt all this unreal, indescribable mom-joy that you and your kids are lucky enough to experience this. Hugs to you! Gabi

  2. Hahahahahaha that was a perfect Day, surfing, beach, sunny weather and a bunch of people WHO made this day/night unforgettable. Hope you’re doing great, say hi to your kids !!!!!

    ,
    Love Allan

    • Allan,

      God, we miss you man! It was unreal. Did you see how you are smiling (and so is everyone else) from ear to ear, non-stop. I’ve never experienced anything like it. The energy, the spontaneous joy, the random coolness of all of us come together. It was TOTALLY the people who made this… and, of course, I think the real pivotal point was whoever cut all of that garlic. Cuz that THAT, THAT is what really bonded us as we all danced and breathed in each others’ garlic. That was it! We are doing really well. I composed an email to you, but never sent it. It’s waiting for you (and me to finish it!). Good memories, for sure! We love you Allan. Gabi, Dahnya, Solai and Orazi

    • thanks dj. it was hysterical fun! you know those moments when you can’t believe all that is happening around you, is? well, that was one of them.

    • yes. no translation at all. hugs to you terry.

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